Saintseneca's Favourite Aussie Songs

Saintseneca's Favourite Aussie Songs

The Ohio-based five-piece are about to release their new album, Such Things.

Saintseneca’s new album Such Things delivers the band’s most accessible and instantly catchy work to date. The lead-up to it has seen the release of a video clip for latest single River, which you can check out below for learning about the group's five favourite Australian songs. Such Things is out this Friday 9 October, head to the group's WEBSITE to pre-order.

SAINTSENECA'S TOP 5 AUSSIE SONGS

The Easybeats - Friday On My Mind: I first heard this song while driving through the Redwoods in California. I love the weird arrangement, it immediately got my attention. That riff when the chorus hits is just crushingly good. I heard it on the radio and I was worried I'd never be able to figure out what it was. But they played it again later and I caught the name!

Courtney Barnett - DeprestonCourtney Barnett is one of the best songwriters I've ever heard. This song floored me the first time I heard it. Damn. Makes me want to cry.

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - Higgs Boson BluesI'm a sucker for anything with a physics reference.

The Beegees - I Started A JokeNot going to lie, amazing vocal melody, perfect harmonies. I feel like siblings have a way singing together and matching one another's voices that is special.

The Go-Betweens - Cattle & CaneI could listen to this song all day. I love the guitar tones and the weird little spoken word part gets me every time.

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